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hT vi-:t t" A r.'!rT:CT in
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::ti-J tern i; in
So:irii r:i ! -r.!" with frnkr;r-
'. j!-- I !.!' ry, nn I ImIc-,! with for' !'i:ris
to th f-ituro. Sh- snys rf JtjiJi'" Mir-hti! :
II: w;n -ti'htv-thr us briihf-'.-y'rl and
f-v r, u
J"'i?'.- as f.vcr the- hi-L erit hi th-.-
highest Court of any coiir.try. : sai.l hi
ir-.iw Virginia th-; lvadinir State for half his
li!- ; h- a'l .: i h'-r frfToiTiincr the: Ffrornl,
arrj -ir.k to !, I think, the fifth. Mori: than
th;, t.V r was no arr'.-tin her !-jcIine if
h-r citiz'-ns tll-l not put an en 1 to slavery,
anj h. no in. of any intention to tlj
so, ea'.tcf th- mountains, at least. If-; had
j'.-on whok" groups of c-itats, populous in his ;
t.n.-, lan-o into wato. lie had iec-n an
culturo t-xchanf-d for human sto;k-trte!in,r,
ami koenlv felt t)ii dr-rad ition. The frret
surjr:.-e(J him to z toI J that on that soil
would the main battle le fought, when the
critical day should come which lie foresaw.
Of .Madi-on iiie .says :
Mr. Madiion had a cheerful and sanguine
temper, and if there was one thing rather
than another which he had learned to con
sider secure, it was the Constitution which
he had so large a share in making. Yet lie
tol l me that he was nearly in de-pair, and
that he had been fpiite mi until the Coloniza
tion Society aroe. Ilather than admit to
himself that the South would be laid waste
Le :i .rvil- war. r th ivhr.! rnnnrrf
civil war, he strove to believe that million?
., , ' " , , J '- "
of negroes could be carried into Africa, and
so got rid of. He talked more of slavery
than of all other subjects together, returning
to it morning, noon and night. He said that
the clergy perverted the llible, because- it was
altogether ayuimt slavery; that the colored
population was increasing faster than the
wliite, and that the state of morals was such
as larely permitted society to exist.
Of the issue of the conflict, whenever it
would occur, there could, he said, be no
doubt. A .o;iety burdened with a slave
system could make no permanent resistance
to the unencumbered enemy; and he was
astonished at the fanaticism which blinded
some Southern men to so ciear a certainty.
Saturday Aiht .Tluiis.
There i. a great white counterpane of
snow on the ground this Saturday niht.
God's chanty, covering a multitude of sins ! ;
Woiil.J that human ch.iritv would thu.s do '
would whiten ovor the little bumioek.s ami j
ridges of life which can l; removed from one j
place only to rhe aain in another! The
week just ias.-cd has been a .diort one. Too
short for many a one to settle with himself,
yet he has irone home. How the time flio
Has it always gone by thus rapidly ? If all j
the Saturday nights God had ever given us !
were before us, what an array of crime would j
oe seen. i et tne day comes when they wiil
loom up with their debits and credits to curse
or to bless. Do you ever pause to think,
reader ? If so, pause again. If not, begin
now. Draw your chair to the tire. Turn
the light so it will not hurt your eyes. I'ull
the curtain down at the corners. Listen !
A footstep on the creaking snow. Some la
borer going to his loved ones. Weary and
heart-tired, may God warm his little home
with love. Look back over the past week.
It is not far. A room with six folding doors.
Open ail of them. Turn the room into a
hall; look down its short walls and see in
memory the pictures you have hung there.
Another footstep ! how the boot creaks as the
snow is crushed beneath its weight. Listen !
A lighter step. Some wife who is hastening
home to greet her husband with the market
ing for the morrow. Tired man. He sits
iwu i in mil.- u 11113 in ins v illK."l I
. t i-..i u i
little eves neenncr into his, little hcad-s on !
;.i., i. l: u. i
l.i.l .-;!. t.,.,.i, : u: . ...t.:,.?
rini'-i :iiwiiin-i, si.ii wiii'.ii r.tiiK ii 1 1 1 1 ;t
jor General in the army of life! IloKl them
closer to you, kiss them fondly to-night.
Who hut God knows who will he in .shroud,
cofim or grave ere another Saturday niht
comes around !
Another stop ! The other way ! Some
husband with heart full of ruine hopes tro
ing to meet at the Iecr tihle. Some foolish
youth swiftly stopping by, anxious to join the
revel. Pitied husband. 'Tvvas not thus a
few years since. Who is to blame ? Let
us, wiio know not the cares ami shadows of
the heart, not do that which God has told us
not to do. Let us not condemn. He will
reward and he will punish. The step dies
away. Around the corner. So her hope
dies away. So his heart thoughts have died
out. Why will ho leave the homo fire-side
this Saturday niirht. over all others ? Homo
once had its charms. The eye now so in
litlerent once lit its way to her very soul.
The lips now cold except in petulancy, once
put their rich fullness up to revel in the loved
ki:3. The tongue which now speaks but to
chide, once knew no language but that of
love. It was many Saturday nights ago,
perhaps, lut it was once. Why go to-night ?
Is there not some little corner in the heart
where the old love, the old hope, the old
pleasure lingers i Must you go to-night ?
Once you would not have left for an hour.
Who has poisoned the feast? Who has lit
tered the spring ? Talk it over this Satur
day night. See who has shrouded the Pet
and buried the Darling of years a gone. Go
not elsewhere for happiness. It is not to lo
found in tfco vtr.cup. The glass of poison
does not contain it. The allurements of the
tfaming table give no happiness. Kcst this
night. If you love each other, sit besido
each other, eye to eye at times, hand upon
or in hand at times. Kead to her or him
you love. Head this little chapter. It is
kindly meant, even so for those who differ
from us: Look back and see how much
happier you have feen than you might have !
been ; now mucn nappier you migtit nave i oy
been than you are. Do not blame. Do not
,.., ,t . . ,i i , ... , . , i , -I , . , , , - , - - " ooai ioaas. i got up on tne oanK wnere me
was run out the ime rM f.-tate. and u i!d Jean Claude Jacob, a member of the Na- ,!(f,nll!,l w,u-.l -in,! t'm l,v nf tinr
pr,.nf,Irnj iiK"-. nA rr .".t. cron fnn wr, ." I VI 11 i i t 1 c CUi( fece t'U, ailll tutll lj motion
rrtaiurejiWn x.aa not rx'en seen ior a ircn- tional A-emnlv was ra Ifil the ), 'in n i i i 11 t n i r i
.r-.t;-.. r rrrrr ... t, . i t -i.-tiu., . lama int. jjcanoi , a j e j , n h e wou d j a rn t he floe k d o wn 1 1 ;h t
. r.itmn u ere reappearing; numfxrs and the human spcvies,' the c-IJe.-t of men." tl, fi.p imt nni ...,Jn ,tpii ;.rnm(1i nu
tvealih were declining, and education and j On his sm-arid worn face were plough, d the n tf -t , J , , "P.
manners were declining It would not have f1Irr-;,,t ,.f ...... UL a nJl't. U u.,t their bcks. hV tarKiii?
chill the rivulet into an icicle.
Good wife, djon't let him go. Make home
happy for your oxvn sake. Give him love
for love, kiss for kiss, confidence for confi
dence. Ie to him as you were when you
won him. Call lack the glance, the word,
the old caress, the electric touch, and sit
down together to Up-- God that yon hr.ve
L'.t Ti'-W P'-
ci;:iv- aroiul, l--.it i-.t ti.c;:i
sci.t us K.re to i-e i.
W'v live to i.-.ak-j (.:;r? !v. .-
riv ": us
t.'.-j S.iL !.:ith lor r---:.
II..- - iv-
.-:x Uavi- !t I-ioor. .r.l vcu. 1 re t:i r r-.auvr
i-'rurs'!'.' hi 1 i;" -s in :i -t v! i cro tro;n th
' VOil hiv ? It liViv is'-t
Lut can yo-i
iK'j it J-o :
yo'Jr ina::r.O( !. Keep I.Mt.'i w;;:i yourccii.
(iiv t'iis ni'ht to r.-1, to-i.iOrrjv.- fur wor
ship, a:j'i i;iv'." to GoJ a hvartf-.-lt H-.-'jin- fur
the mercies you have. Some ij.uurJiy
niirht will b.' your l i-t. Jray t!:at tlii-
The Oldest .If an in Hie World.
We will not assert ihat the oldest of living
men is a resident of Wisconsin, Lut we chal
lenge any other istate or country to produce
a man or woman who has attained the aire 1
reached by Joseph Crele, now residing in the
town of Caledonia, Columbia count v, in this
IJut our " Dean of the human species "' is
nearly twenty years older than Claude Ja
cob, who did not complete his one hundred
and twenty-hrst year.
Jo.-.eph Crele was born in Detroit, of
French parents. The record of his baptism
in the Catholic Church shows that he is now
j I'iO years of age. He lias been a resident
I of Wisconsin for about a century. When
ever mention is made of the oldest inhab
itant, there need be no question as to the
person, Jp.h Crele is undoubtedly the ma,,
He was first married in Iew Or ran If Ki
I c r. V ,
I ears ago. oome jears a iter lie settieU at
i I'rairie du Chien, while W iscorisin was vet I
a province of France, ft e fore the Jievolu
; tionary war he was employed to carrv letters
between I'rairie du Chien and Green ftay.
' It is but a few years ago that he was called
t as a witness in the Circuit Court, in a case
i involving- the title to certain real estate at
j I'rairie du Chien, to give tetimony in rela
i tion to events that transpired eighty. t ars
j before. He now resides with a daughter by
j his third wife, who is over seventy years of
or five miles out of Portage" Citv. Vro r
I no resilience of th tnmilt- it -.nit. r. . . .
citizens of that place we learn that the old
j man is still active, is able- to chop wood, and
j to walk several miles. He speaks Engl.h
I quite imperfectly, but converses fluently in i
I the r rench language. II
lo stoops a htiic uii"
; der the burden of years, but not
' ,Iia"y cn of seventy. In person he is !
rather above the medium height, spare in i
ilesh, but showing evidences ot haviii"- Leon
m Jus irinie :i man of .sinewy strength, j
Con'xrning-his habits, a. subject of much in- !
tere-t in connection wiih an instance of such !
extraordinary longevity, we have leeti aid
to learn but little, except that he is an in
Vetera to smoker. Madison ( Wis.) Journal.
It is recorded of a certain clergyman that,
no matter what the subject he discoursed on,
he invariably introduced a warning against
getting into debt. And it is further recorded
j that, having been advised by an experienced
! friend to take a higher flight, and preach on
some great cardinal doctrine, he wound up a
discourse on the article of a standing or a
falling Church with some such words as
these: "If, my dear brethren, you heartily
receive this doctrine, and act it out in your
lives, ye shall do well provided you take
care to keep out of debt." Mr. Smiles
wisely says, in his admirable volume on
Self-help, a volume that ought to be in the
hands of every young man in the three king
doms,) " Debt makes everything a tempta
tion. It lowers a man to self-respect, places
him at the mercy of his tiadesmen and his
servant, and renders hiin a slave in many re
spects; for he can no longer call himself his
.. . I I II l l .1 ii- i
own master, nor ooluly look the worM m t ho
r nn T. '. 1fr J,.r , . .
J:lcc- lt 13 also difficult for a man who is m
debt to be truthful ; hence it is said that ly
ing rides on debt'.s back. The debtor has to
frame excuses to his creditor for postponing
the payment of the money he owes him, and
probably also to contrive falsehoods. It is
easy enough for a man who will exercise a
healthy resolution to avoid incurring the first
obligation ; but the facility with which that
has been incurred often becomes a temptation
j to a second, and very soon the unfortunate
I borrower becomes so entangled that no late
exertion in industry can set him free. The
first step in debt is like the first step in false
hood, almost involving the necessity of pro
ceeding in the same course debt following
debt, as lie follows lie. lie v. J. II. Ballard.
Josh ISilliii-s :i Shanghais.
The Shanghai reuster is a gentile, and
specks in a furin tung. If he had been bilt
with 4 legs he wud resemble the Peruvian
lama. He is not a game animul, lut quite
often cuius off t?d kt in a ruff and tumbil
fite, like the Injuns that kant stand civiliza
tion, and are fast disappearing. They roost
similer tew mud turkle. They often o tew
sleep staudin, and sum times pitch over, and
when tha dew, tha enter the ground like a
pick-ax. Thar food consists of kom in the
car. Tha krow like a jackass troubled with
the bronskeesucks. Tha will eat as much to
oncst as a deestrict skule master, and giner
ally sit down rite dreadfully onhandw "Tew.
cook, yu hav tew bile 1 piece of cm tew a
time, yu kant git them all in2 a potash kittle
The femail reuster lays an ecr as big as a
kokernut, and is sick for a week aru-nvards,
and when s!ie hatches out a litter ov young
shanghais .-he has to brude them standiiu
and then kant kiver but - ov them, the rest
stand around on the outside, like bovs round
a sirkus tent, getting a peep under the kan
t".:, ...i. . i " 'rn .
is iit-iieer i:i;t can. 1 ne man who lust
fecht the breed into this countrv ot to own
them awl and feed them on grasshoppers kot
I never owned but wun, and he got choked
tu deth by a kink in a kloseline, bat not till
he had swallowed SI feet ov it. Xot any
Shanghai for me, if you pleezo ; I wood ra-
iner dom a traveling Kolponer, and as lur
etin wun, giv me a biled owl. rare dun, or a
turke-buzzard rosted hole and stutled wit!i a
jtare ov injua rubber boots, but not any
.-hanghi for ine, not a -haiudii.
t-aeh other t- !'vc :iuJ h- P-r.
It.".. I - -" -I T - T .
oi lier. our i" rno r rnncri ilcvo nrnm nno i . i t i i i i i
Stury 1 a Slu phrrtl I).
The Vrairic Faritir gives a correspond
ent's account of a remarkable shepherd doer:
I will adJ a short account of what 1 used
to ii with my dor Colonel,' which I l:ir,
t!iO-c who have never ?i-n a wei! broken
tZ work will 1- apt to class rnnon-.r lor st
ri'.'.5. When 4 Colonel ' was m'x laoulhs o!J 1
drove hini with a f!o"k of sheep from Ohio
to Illinois, f-pe-ndin forty-seve.u days on the
roil. lie had never b.en U-iiind a llock o!
iiieep until the day I started. In lour weeks
tune 1 could send him into a iiundreu acre
pasture, and he would make a circuit of it
and bring the llock out without leaving a
sheep, and without hurrying them out of a
walk. Iy the way, it is very important to
baak a dog to go slow most dogs are too
eager, and hurry sheep too much.
I ferried the Wabash river at Africa. The
boat ran upon a low level bar where there
were no yards or fences to assist in crettincr
i the fcheep aboard. With two hands and the
I do:r 1 loaded the boat without having to
catch one of them, and the flock made five
ami ninpniir not severe enouirli to call it
biting shoved them right in. Xo ten men
without a dog could liave loaded them so
soon, if they could have done it at all.
When I had occasion to drive not to ex
ceed ten hundred sheep a few miles, I wanted
no other help but the dog's. 1 have driven
that many sheep along the road six or eiirht
miles, where it was unfenced, sometimes, on
one, and sometimes on the other, and some
times on both sides, myself being ahead of
j thrlffh th? tinifcr that perhaps I did not see
r . 4 .
"og for an Hour at a time.
When the flock got to spreading out fan
shaped, as a flock will where there is a chance
to pick, 4 Colonel ' would go out and turn in
the corners, passing up just far enough to ef
fect that purpose, and no further. He used,
apparently, as much judgment in passing up
tne su:e oi the llock just so far as would a I
man. W hen he was m doubt about an or
der, he would stop and look back until the
order was repeated.
I have many a day driven all over the
I prairie, and taken a flock in every direction,
I 1.,. ,.-,.!)-:.. i . e. i : i r I .-
I . - . . f. n
I !! I Ft' wthouf Iookm? at him
miles into the prairie, after a thousand sheep
which were strung for half a mil and he
would collect and drive them all op to me.
I have owned other dogs which would do the
same, but none but him that did not rush the
sheep too hard.
I could send Colonel ' over a fence on
ahead a quarter of a mile, to stand in a cross
lane to prevent the flock from turning out of
the road. I have herded a thousand sheep
with him for weeks on pieces of jrrass sur
rounded by other crops. I would watch one
side and let him guard the remaining sides.
His manner was to steal quietly along in the
edge of the corn wherever he saw the sheep
approaching too near, and show himself
merely sufficient to make them turn tlie'r
heads m another direction, yet not enough to
frighten them over to the "other side of the
izaivasia: iacks:t s,b.i:
PO II T LA Ml, O It HJJOX.
FIRST CLASS (MI'l'KR l'ACKKTS
, ' "i tlii line will be dispatched regularly for tlie
Il ive su;i.-ricir cabin and sti trriL.' ? fu-'-o.n!ijo.!.'itioi:S fitted
up expressly for the coinfurt and convenience ot pas?eiirer.
l'a.ieti0'Lrs and freight taken at the lo.wt.-t current rates.
ALDUICII, WAL1CEU & Co.
APiitH of Tili
Messrs. CUAS. W. IlKoOIvS .t Co.. San Francis .-o.
I'i2-ly Messrs. KICU AKI'S .V McCKACKF.N, rcrtlainl
iN HAND ad fi
R SALE !
Host VMvni A)uU UOOFI.NU FELT,
DIKKCT FUOM TIIK MAN I" FA CT C K E US IN HKLFAST.
A VF.R V M'l'FRtOlt A IITICLK FOR A I.Ii
J.i hl.DS OF ROOF. Forsal-i,y
J''ni JANloX, OKF. F.N .t Co.
JFeaicin Wire, Xos.
ITIOR SALK 15V
A -l'i. JANION, CUKKN A: Co.
Hemp Canvas and Wire Rope!
lOIl SALi: liV
JANION, (jUKKN & Co.
x L vma: or small ui a.mhies.
-1 For sale l.y
40 j ..m
JANION, tJKKF.N .t Co.
OIL SHOOKS, OIL gHOOKS !
-loll SALE IJV
c. nr.KWK;; c-.
Oiifei-s For Sale
AT II IS-
Corner of Queen and Fort Sts.,
Consisting in part of
IXCII UOAKI1S. UOl on
1 I.NTII ROAROS, I'LAXF.D.TOXGl EI
AMI C ROOVEO
IEOAR AM) R E I V ODD S 1 1 1 X ( L ES
IMt'K ETS. LAIROARIS.
And the usual Variety of
BUILD2MC SV1 AT E R 3 A LS-
S'1'VLES RECEIVED JJV LATE
AKi:lVl. F..ra!" .-
II M WHITNKV
Jt-II I)ai Valedictury l'rocl.uaatiua o I
HEitEA?, In the course of inhuman
Yankee events, the capital of the Confeder-
a;e stares ci .monca no longer anonls an
eligible and healthy residence fur the mom-
K-rs of the present Cabinet, not to speak of
the Chief M-vNtr i to hi tne if, the Vice I're-i-
dent and th-. iii'.-nd rs i the two Conres-
Sioual bdi"-s, I do, therefore, by virtue of t lie
power vested in my two heels, proclaim my
intention to travel instanter, in company
with all the officers of the Confederate btates
j Government, and take up such agreeable
quarters as may yet la U ranted unto me.
To such persons as are in arms against
the Confederate Suites of America I do
hereby tender absolute amnesty, on condi
tion that they forthwith desist from annoy
ing our population.
Under the circumstances, slavery had bet
ter be abo.ished.
The Capital of the Confederacy will
henceforward be found up a stump," on
the picturesque banks of the celebrated
" Last Ditch." ,
To the foreign subscribers to the Confed
erate Loan I return sincere thanks.
Major-General Grant, U. S. A., will please
see that they get their cotton.
All persons having claims against this
Government will please present them to A.
Lincoln-, Kichmond, by whom all such ac
counts will be most cheerfully audited.
It is not altogether improbable that the ,
glorious experiment of a Slaveholders' j
Confederacy may yet prove a delusion and a :
snare. I have often thought so. So has !
General Lee, who has lately hcen fighting
mostly for his last year's salary. The Coif- J
federate treasury being light, I think I will
take it in my valise. General Lee thinks
that we have a good opening before us, and
that we have seen the last of this fratricidal
war. 1 hope so. Stephens thinks peace
more imminent than ever.
If the United States persists in refusing
to recognize the Confederacy, on my return
I shall again urge the arming of the negroes.
OHiee-seekers. are respectfully solicited to
cease their importuning. Fellow-citizens.
President C. S. A.
Done at Richmond April 1, 1SG5.
TiV!i:2t?.S A.V2 JOANS'
A VINO TIIK SOLF. CONTRACT
the sale of th" I'roJacts of these Two
ce:k,s:isiati:i ; vii:ii:s i
I have nnv a continuous supply ami nm selling at
- 5 1-2 Cents per X'oiiimI I
A. I. CART W RIGHT.
FAMIIiY (.ISOCKRY ANu FKUII STOUK, ?
ODD FF.LI.OirS HALL.
JUST RECEIVED EY D. C. MURRAY
X JS O Z m
TF.RV SFPF.RIOR .FAIA.V TKA. IV .1
AND S lb HOXhS. For Bale by
I'js-Jni S. SAVIUGK.
raiHK rl)i:RS(;xKI) WILL KEEI A
m constant supply of the ahore
C I; AE 15 jST T !
Which much superior to Katern and eijual to the lust
KOMAN or POllTLAND CKMKNT an.l used exclusively in
the S:;it- and L'nite.1 States Works i:i California.
For sale ty
ALDKICH, WALK Fit fy Co.
am! Well Selected
- I M IS.
fTJAUFOKXIA CREAM CHEESE
A Jijscs Ikst Urand .ardin-j-i
i lioxes II.t Urand SirJincs
i? id.i Crackers
Jt-nny Fiind Cakes
Qnahang, 2 lb tins
Il-irare killing's Hams
i:.VTIM FA1!ILV Ff.OIJi: !
Extra Family Wheat Meul
No. 1 " CV.M.et" Tea
(.'alifornia 1 atea
Choice Catty Tea, lj lh?
I lose I'ecco Tea
I'lCKMll) SAI.3IO.V AT RETAIL!
Kxtra Frencli Syruji-s
F'i sai.v: r.y
. !. CUtTWItlfMI l'
Pioneer Lumber Dealer !
union i.i v.vun.
(''Tier fallfrniia aul Fa-. is Siren, a::l o. ll Market Stmt
, Sl fJAIi IMXK. K.VSTKKX I'l.M:. WI11TK
! CFIIAK. KKDWOdl).
' AM" ALL KIM'S Or i'.t'I l.IUNii MATERIALS CONSTANT
LY ON II AN It.
.Mr. II. It. A UMsTtiOM.-. of IIonr.!u!;j, his en
, t"-e I hiuii-.r vv.th litis i.rrr.. will Im- haj y to f-Ci ivt- :iad
. at:c';.l t nn.v or.!-rs f r t'i- Uawa.i.in I;I.r, Is. 4T0-ly
105 Battery Street. 105
Manuf.icf urcrs cf ani Wholesale Dealers ia
Dress and Mantilla Trimmings,
Sillv Iringos, etc.,
W.a!l inf rm t!ie lru.d-i that they Lave opened & branch of
thoir I'lisjiifss at
Ao. 10.1 ISattery Street,
Wttre they will consl.iully keeji on Laud a full asHcraueat of
MA N T 1 IIi.V T K 1 M M IXCS,
Silk. Tlm-iiil, nni) Cltonillf Nrlo, "l".
1 (lo Il.itti-ry street, San Francisco.
2?l nron.lway. Near York,
1 Oi Pevonshire, I?oston.
I. M. WATEI1MAN, with DK.VTKH, LAMBERT
A; CO., w.-u!.l iiiMrtn the Mer.;li:ints ol Honolulu that he will
il all ur.K-rs intrush-il to hitn through t) above naiul firm,
t-ither ia th- ir uvrn or other Goods. 40S-3ni
If. I. STV.NK
aIiokcix, stoxi: co.,
Coinmisiion ati.l I'onvanlintr Merchants, San Francisco, Ca
T. S. Hathaway Esq
Messrs. T. Jc A. U. Nye,
" Swift ,t Terry
lirimii-Ii Miitturn .t Co., ,
J.-hii M. Forties Ksij.,
Messrs IVrkir.s .t Smith,
laui'.-l C. Waterman Ksq
. . lioston,
. .New London
. . Honolulu.
J. I?. ItltTIAT.DH.
Richards & McCraken,
n AVlC IJKK.Y KXCAd'EI) IX OUR IRi:
sent l usiiu-s for upnr.mU of seven years, and being
located ir. a tin- proof l,ri-k building, we ure prepared to receive
ar.d tiispos- , f I-land staples, such as Su'ar, Kice, Svrups, I'ulu,
Co!!V-f, ve., t i tidvautaire. CoiisicnineiiLs especially solicited
for the Orepm market, to which personal attention will ! paid ,
and upon which cah advances will be made when required.
SJ.V FRjyclSCO HEFEREXCES :
Chas. W. Wooks Co., Madeer & Lind. ritierg. r,
McKui r Mmill, Patrick A: Co.,
Fred, rien, . T. Coleman .V Co.,
Stevens, Ihiker t Co.
I'ORTEAXD REFERENCES .
Alhn V Lew is. Ladd & TUton. T?onard Jfe Green.
:HAS. Wf.I.COTT BROOKS, W. FRANK LADD, EDWARD F. 1?AL1.,JR.
Cfi IS. W. BKOOKS k CO.,
AGENTS FOU TI LIZ
HAWAIIAN .PACKET UNE
ill Sa ii in i S 1 ., co r iic r M c rc li a ii i ,
SJAItTICfLAU ATTFXTIOX CIVKX TO
S- the l'urcha.c,sli;pim.'nt and Saleof Merchandise ; to For
n.truMiK aim i ransmpincni n ihkmis; tfie C hurterinjr and Fa!
of Vessela ; the Supplying of Whaleships ; and the Nt-jroti.it ioi
Txchnnge oa Honolulu in sums to suit.
ADVAXCES MADE OX COXSIGX.M F.XTS.
Ai.D..icii. Walkku a- Co ,
J AS. HfSXKWKI.L K(., l!o.ston.
IIknkv A. Pkihce A: Co. "
Kcti.kr, Sisb ;.,
Sittiin a: Co.. New York.
Wm. II. t,uo fc Co., "
H. Fiiiiii ,v Ci'., Sliaiijrhae.
liU'MARild & M'CiUKI-N,
Hi.sj. F. Sn'ow, Ksij.,
C. 1:hevi:r Jc Co., "
litsnop v C'.., "
Tit' is. Spkncku, K., Hi!. .
A M.mand if Co., Kauagiiwra.
i' r n itii!
1 1 1 1 1 ii ii ii iii ii ii ii i ii
.i a .v ji u i i; u II U 11 I U i
O X TICI IV H .
Importer of 0ii-:il, .Mniliviiiniical mid
Iliiloliii-a I H r ii uii-ii t.
CARTES JIZ VISITS.
JOSEPH IIOGEIUS & SON'S
SS XT I Ii I O Ji CU T Is j-: It "V .
ITKLfenERS OF PMOCiltrnS OF CALIFOP..MA.
N' ?. 1 ! 7 aiul :j 1 !) Mont.-..rii-.ry Kre.a, ln-twcen California
ai.tl I'iae str.-cts, S.m Francisci.-, anj Nu. 1 1
MaMen Lan-, Nl-w York.
SAVE FOR SALETHE LA R EST STOCK
E 2 .i tf,..- Tacfio C,tt, c.'ins:stin in l;iil m follows :
110 1. .7.-11 Sl'F.CTACLF-S, in (Joi.l, S.lvt-r, M'-el an.l I'latal
Cojil.cn KVF: nLASSRS, in Jol,l, Silver, Steel, Horn
Slidi .iti.l Kulih-r Frnni-s. '
1.j) z-!i WIKK (1AI7.K (;OiitiI.F.S.
Cw J.n Sl'KCTACLK OLASSFa, ami LIIAZILIAN
".VI .! Z'.ri ; I'Ei 'TACLK :n,l EVE (iLSS CASli;.
Cl.i ip-ra a:it M:irintt 'ilasj.--..
"5 'r..ll.-.p-S ill.. I iliS4.-S.
-J.'iil iz- ti Mi-ii.fyii.r ;;.i--r.
S'J .1 ;. u l'.k- t -'ii!iil:iib'-i.
oo 1 1 ;i : j 1 S;-. r'.- -m-oj-.
"4 K' VoIvi::- M. rt-os.11', s.
joo .Joz-ii st.-r.....e"i!C Vic-ws.
Imin- In-iruinciits. in (lerman Silver an.l I'-ni-
I!'.xw...,.l :u,,l It,, iv Sc;i!.-i.
Micro.-, j- in -vt ry Style.
CijO M.i-ii--ii; Machines for -Meulc.il iitirojr-4.
A i:. n i l l:.ir. .rn-t.T3.
-0,.roO Curl !!... .L-mpli.
ti'i'J Alt.uui l'ictur- s in nil colors.
H'l '7.--.i Liu.'ri car.J xratai-s.
Jos. ;.l. Ko.;..-ri .y Sou'.- CL'TLKUY
l'.'O .i..-ii Ta'.le Kniv.-s.
U'.'j tl z-n ln k--t Knivi-i.
Vlt il.-i-ii 11,7. ..r-;.
if) .1 a n K iz r Str.-i's.
li0 l- .--ii fc-.-j. .r.
M.'l?'iKS in c.is".
IuO 7.-H r .-c i- T...
ltiUtloz n Tli- rin. !iv.-t-r-
- j "1 z-n 1 lyiln-Tii'-icra.
trr (L"NTKY TUADKUS will consult their own inton-Ft
.J . Allium.;;; .UI .-OCK ITlCf S Ili-for rcliM.-inj; el-.' w h.-rc. !
.niil.hlis FIl'iM TIIK C'Jl'NTl'.Y i-r-mptly execute.!. ' ;
ir CATALijiifKS scr,t to any a-Mi-om Tri e Jib '
AiHr..-fj " " ;
LAWRENCE V IIOESE U OUTII,
X. '.I I 7 niiit 3ID Montgomery Slr"l. j
SAX FRAXCISCO. 400-ly
IJlli.UllLMV.l 1 M IJ!
1?()R SALE II V
II. M. AVIIITXEV
i-E.MEXTIXfi c;lass. eartiiev
r Chiu.-i war.", w.vnl, shell or t.ai.er work. As h o tni.ri
t.',liiii:i war.', it i; urie(lu-ill.-,. IVico 371 ront For a.ile
H. M. '.VIIITM'V.
i u n r c r . tin r i
ii .i it ii j
- 7 ti 1 1 1 r r 11 -ir 111 1 1 11 1 w mi iMuun
unrntnV't' vnr nnVtr ivmr
Jim Uj I
DEXTER, LAMEERT & Co.""
Maiiufiictuic rs of and Wholesale Ueale
in iio.m:t uir.noxs, "
lIIi:ss AMI MANTILLA T HI M .M If s
SILK I'KINdT.S, ,Vc., At,
JAMfJ C. KIM
JAMES C. KING Sc Co.
52:.fr.tmu:kt,(okm:rj,,ck Sl .
SAN FKASCLTo, ciU
Commission Merchants !
Victoria, Vancouver Main!,
Th Hox. IItpm.s's Bit Co
Messrs 1al. Oibb A; Co . '
Messrs. Alpkicii. Walker A: Co'.'.'.'.'.'. nU ,nfi"'M'-'"
Mr.JAMij I. Duim Honolulu.
JANION. GREEN & RHODES
Commission Merchants 1
Victoriji, Vai.foii.fr'. lt.lau.1. '
Victoria, V. I., J miliary 1, SC3
LOM DA Uli IMIOLS
A C C O U
A X T
GENKHAL FACTO It.
NO. 32 .VONTGOMKKV IILOCK,
AJdn-ss Box 21JS I'..st Office, San Fr.vioUeo.
B. W. FIELD,
31 and 33 HliOADHAV,
XIo 1-1115 LI U I Wciizol,
(Formerly .f Lnliniiin, S. I..)
ATf II.MAKF.R AXI Ji:VKLLK,
No. wOS Montgomery street, near Fine.
Ship Chr inometer rated and renand Mnuler. ,f
Vhaleships are invited to call. 442-iiui
JAM IiS C. CAVAA AGH,
SHIP COMPRODORE AND
Olcn for all contracts of Ships provision at the most mo-Ieritt
ratfu. XAt; ASA Iv I. J A I A X. 439-ly
Xo. HO Front Slrccf,
D EALE 11$ J
CJrocpries, Fruits, Flour, Feed, imJ all
Kinds of Crsiius, Salt, c.4r,
A UK ALSO I'KEI'A R KD I O I0 A CKX.
,-f t,, Stonige and Coumiisaioii ltusiiit-ss, havinir aumle
Fire-proof storane. 1
c v r ri'',"fi'!,'iu,,'.,;it "',9ib'""It ' OO I)S I. t Bale from the
SANDWICH IsLANDS. All roods pui;,..,...! .,. .int..
j carefuiiy and prumpCy attended to.
Caj.t. N. C. DltOOKS, or the bark " C APRtDf;r."
.1. 15. KSAN'.
M. S. lU-BTiixi., K. II. Knapp.
I ortlaiid, OrMtt.
Kuapp, Kurrell tV i1o.!
IHPOUTEUS AM) DEALERS I.V
Agricultural Iniiilenieiit., Groceries.
rroiisins, iVc, Arc.
IJIV m KhS K"-'-KI IN ULSIXESSJ
.JI la l.,rtl.in,l for Hit- i,t . v, n yiars, w are i.roi.Mr.-.l V
reciive i.. il,,, f an kitt,l:i f j,, , , .riMjuc,. Ut Mtalviin.
tMir.- (.onsiKiim.-iits resj.tct.'ully nolicitcl, M wl.ich we i.UJee
our licit uttei.Ui.n. "
Oilice in Sao Francisco, G10 H'aHhington Strett.
Ilank of Palif-rniit, cfl!,rlt-! Limon, New York.
McKuur c Merrill. La,M fcTilton. l'ortl.n.d,(ireKon
J. C. MERRILL. 6c Co.,
I and i C'ulIIornlii Htrrt-t,
ALsO, A tiK NTS OF TIIK
San Friiiicic it Hoiioliilu FacJiCfs.
rnrticuhir attention fMvi-n t. tv. ui. .....i .
, cl.aml.. KhipV U si,,,, .suiMliioi," whaleal,!,,.,, noL-otUtir
p' frei-M anivinp at S:ih Fra.i:is-.. hy or to t!n l!o
nolulu Lin- of Tack-is., Hill l,c forwarJe.l ikkk . tuMMMuS.
IT Exi han-t- on Ilon-.lalu Luught and oIJ. jl
.'lessrs. m iloix, liu iiahus .t C'.j.
II Ha( kKki i A: Co.,
" C I'.KKWKK if C J.,,. .
" Hi if . , f- a; Co
Ir. 11. AV. W ood,
Hon. K. II. Ai.lkn
J C. Watkhmas, f;-!.,.,
Kvery Saturdny ZMoniiiiLr.
Citv and Island St wcuiptions, jG. 00 a Y.ak.
1 Thesul. crii-tinn jirici-for;..i!ii r.sr.rwar.l..-.l t'-ai y jiartof Anie-
rica is f i (MfM-r annum, n liirl, inclu.l. -i the Atar-rirar. ami H-
j waiian postals. All ,aiH-rsf..r Kiirojan ports, will U- char.l
j the j..stai'e il.-rn;in.lf d at the ji.n-.fac-, whicii varies from 4 to
j 8 cent on each siiiL'!e jeipr.
j SfB.sfRIPTIi.SS l'AYABI.K AtWAT.- IS A II VAST K.
I TZT Cominuriieatiori from all parts of the 1'aciOc will always
t be very aceej.taMe. -
Commercial Printing 0fficc.
l'LAIN ANI) FANCY
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING.
HOO K ? . I! II. LS O V EX C 1 1 A N i K.
CATALOOI KS. 15 ILLS OK LADINO,
HILL HEAD.--, CON.i:LAIi I! LA XK?,
CIKCTLARP. BLANK IKK!S.
AUCTION HILLS, HAND KILL?.
rAMPHLL-rf, SHOP ltlLLS!
IT YI5ITIN, BUalNFS ANI A1)1HKS CAK1S jinnteJ
on " Yanken Car,! I'ress," in the highest style of the art.
IT All uilx-rliM.'i.i.-iilM :.yiilIc in 11 tlwn ncv.
1 irk. 3 w-; . 1 mo. 3 mo. Owio.t. 12m.
Five Lines $1.00 Jl.f.O $2.00 $3 00 ?4.E0 $C.OO
Ton Lin-? 1.50 2.00 3.00 4.25 CM 10.00
Fifteen Lines 'J.OO 50 3.S0 5.25 8.2.1 l'-'.OO
Twenty Lin-... 2 25 3.CO 4.00 CM 10 00 10.00
Thirty Lin ? 3.25 4.00 6 -'0 0.50 1 4 0 0 23 00
Quarter Column. 5.50 7.IO 8.50 13 00 22 00 42.00
liuartf-r " fi.25 8 M 10.00 lfi.00 24.00 47.00
Half Column 12.00 15 GO IS. 00 0 6O.00 75 00
Whole Column.. IS 00 2100 0 M 4S 00 85 00 140 00
Miseltanoii. -i lv f-rti-i.-iu.Miti